Robotic welding facilities can now meet air quality regulations without losing too much floor space. RoboVent, the leading manufacturer of clean air technologies, created RoboVent Spire® to address the needs of robotic welding operations where space is at a premium.
Spire was specifically designed to complement the most common robotic welding applications used in the automotive industry, though it can be applied to many other industries as well. “For our automotive parts suppliers, floor space costs money,” explains RoboVent General Manager Jim Reid. “Reducing the footprint of the dust collector allows them to maximize the productivity of their factory lines. We created Spire to deliver powerful dust collection in the smallest footprint possible.”
Spire is a flexible, cost-effective alternative to centralized ducted systems. Each Spire unit provides filtration for an individual welding cell. It's a powerful system that can keep up with the heavy demands of robotic welding in a high-production factory.
Small footprint: The floor-saving design takes up about the same amount of space as a wire barrel.
Built-in spark arrestance: RoboVent’s propriety Delta3® spark arrestance system comes standard with every unit for superior fire safety.
Very low maintenance: Everything is easily accessible for fast filter changes and maintenance-no special tools required. The proprietary RoboVent eTell® control system makes maintenance headache-free.
Flexible: Since the Spire units have a very small footprint, it's easy to find space for them. And when the floor configuration needs to be changed, Spire is easy to move right along with the welding cell.
For more information about RoboVent Spire, visit www.robovent.com/spire.
During the past 25 years RoboVent has established itself as leader in the field of air filtration with highly efficient, reliable and cost-effective systems installed at major manufacturing operations across North America. Applications include welding, cutting and metalworking; dust collection and lubricant mist collection; and general ventilation. RoboVent is headquartered in Sterling Heights, Mich., with sales and service centers located throughout the United States and the world. At its core, RoboVent is an environmental problem solving company for process systems. Their expertise and resources in collecting, filtering and recycling contaminated air can be applied to almost any process in the manufacturing environment. For more information, visit www.RoboVent.com.